Free Password Protection Scripts and User Authentication Scripts

Free User Management and Authentication Scripts

Free Password Protection Scripts and User Authentication Scripts

The free password protection scripts and user authentication scripts on this page allow you to password protect the web pages on your website. Some of the scripts allow you to create and manage groups of users, rather than simply password protect a page. The scripts may be useful if you want to create a members-only or subscription-based section of your website, although if that is your intention, you should make sure that any script you use has sufficient security to actually protect your site. (Some of the scripts have fairly easy-to-break protection, and may only be useful for protection against casual snoopers.)

An alternative way to using a password protection script is to do it yourself on your website, using the method described in my article on How to Password Protect a Folder on Your Website.

Again, since neither the scripts listed nor the .htaccess/htpasswd method described in my article use encryption for securing your password, you should not use them for serious password protection of sensitive data on your website.

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Free Password Protection and User Authentication Scripts

Max's Site Protector

This script allows you to protect individual web pages by requiring the visitor/user to enter a valid password before they can view the page. You only need to add one line to all the pages you want protected. Once logged in, the user will be able to access all password-protected pages.

Micro Protector

If you want to protect your web pages with a password, simply add 1 line to your pages, and your users or visitors will be required to enter a password before they can read or access the page.

Deadlock PHP/MySQL User Management System

This PHP script requires you to have a MySQL database as well as a website that runs on an Apache server. It uses the same technique described in my article on how to protect directories and web pages using .htaccess and htpasswd (although I'm not sure why it would need a MySQL database for that).

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